Margaret Korczak

Professor, Audiology

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Education

Post doctoral training: The
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, School of Medicine, Department of Audiology. 1998-2000
Post doctoral training: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York, Department of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1996-1997
Ph.D.: City University of New York, Graduate Center, 1996
M.S.: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1982

Areas of Expertise

Auditory event-related potentials
Advanced audiologic diagnostic testing
Personal sound amplification products

Certification & Licensure

  • ASHA CCC-A
  • Maryland State Licensure in Audiology

Recent Publications

  • Mamo, S., Frank, M. & Korczak, P.  (in press) Exploring community health worker (CHW) models for delivering audiology services. Hearing Review.

  • Reed, N., Oliver, A., Srinivasan, N., Lin, F. & Korczak, P. (in press). Pilot objective comparative analysis of self-fit personal sound amplification products. Seminars in Hearing.
  • Formby, C., Korczak, P., Sherlock, L.P., Hawley, M.L. & Gold, S. (2017). Auditory brainstem and middle latency responses pre- and post-treatment for hyperacusis hearing-impaired persons successfully treated to improve sound tolerance and to expand the dynamic range for loudness: Case evidence. Seminars in Hearing, 38(1), 71-93.
  • Korczak, P., Sherlock, L., Hawley, M., & Formby, C. (2017). Relations among ABR and MLR measures, categorical loudness judgments and their associated physical intensities. Seminars in Hearing, 38(1), 94-114
  • Reed, N., Betz, J., Kendig, N., Korczak, M., & Lin, F.R. (2017). Personal sound amplification products versus a conventional hearing aid for speech understanding in noise. Journal of American Medical Association. (Research Letter), 318(1), 89-90.
  • Emanuel, D.C., Robinson, C.G. & Korczak, P. (2013). Development of a formative and summative assessment system for AuD education. American Journal of Audiology, 22, 14-25.
  • Korczak, P., Smart, J., Delgado, R., Strobel, T. & Bradford, C. (2012). Auditory steady state responses. Journal of American Academy of Audiology, 23: 146-170.
  • Emanuel, D., Ficca, K. & Korczak, P. (2011). Survey of the diagnosis and management of auditory processing disorders. American Journal of Audiology, 20, 1-13.
  • Korczak, P., & Stapells, D.R. (2010). Effects of various articulatory features of speech on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound processing. Ear and Hearing, 31, 491-504.
  • Martin, B., Tremblay, K. & Korczak, P. (2008). Speech evoked potentials: From the laboratory to the clinic. Ear and Hearing, 29 (3), 285-313
  • Korczak, P., Stapells, D.R. & Kurtzberg, D. (2005). Effects of sensorineural hearing loss and personal hearing aids on cortical event-related potentials and behavioral measures of speech-sound discrimination. Ear and Hearing, 26 (2), 165-185.

 Recent Research Publications

  • Oliver, A., Srinivasan, , Lin, F., Reed, N. & Korczak, P. (2018, March). Objective comparative analysis of self-fit personal sound amplification products (PSAPS). Poster session at American Auditory Society’s 2018 Annual Scientific and Technical Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • Korczak, P., Polyak, N., Lin, F. & Reed, N. (2017, March). Comparative analyses of personal sound amplification products (PSAPs) and hearing aids. Poster session at American Auditory Society’s 2017 Annual Scientific and Technical Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • Reed, N., Polyak, N., Korczak, P., Mamo, S. & Lin, F. (2016, September). Objective and subjective comparative analysis of personal sound amplification (PSAPs) and a hearing aid. Poster presentation at World Congress of Audiology, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Korczak, P., Sherlock, L., Hawley, M. & Formby, C. (2016, March). Relations among ABR/MLR Response measurements and categorical loudness judgments.” Poster session at American

    Auditory Society’s 2016 Annual Scientific and Technical Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona.

    • Korczak, P., Sherlock, L., Hawley, M., Gold, S. & Formby, C. (2015, July).ABR and MLR responses pre- and post treatment for hyperacusis hearing-impaired patients successfully treated witha low-level sound-therapy protocol to improve sound tolerance and expand the dynamic range for loudness. Podium presentation at the Second International Conference on Hyperacusis, London, England.
    • Korczak, P., Janowitz, H.*. & Lecator, S.* (2015, May). Relation between Behavioral Loudness Perception and the Response Measures of the Slow Cortical Response. Poster session at the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Timonium, Maryland.
    • Korczak, P., Phillips, S.* & McGrath, L.* (2015, May). Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Responses recorded to click and 500-Hz tone bursts. Poster session at the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Timonium, Maryland.
    • Korczak, P. & Bloom,A.* (2014, October). Audiologists’ Clinical Practices and Formal Education in the Assessment/Management of Adults with Vestibular Pathologies. Poster session at the Maryland Academy of Audiology Convention, Columbia, Maryland.
    • Korczak, P. & Smart, J. (2011, September). The Auditory Steady State Response: Tutorial for Au.D. Students and Clinical Audiologists. Invited speaker presentation at the Maryland Academy of Audiology Coonvention, Ellicoot City, Maryland.
    • Hinchey, T., Korczak, P., & Martin, B. (2009, April) Effects of hearing aid gain on the slow cortical responses. Poster session at American Academy of Audiology, San Antonio, Texas.
    • Korczak, P., Esders, M., Potter, R. Delgado, R. & Pallett, S. (2008, April). Predicting pure tone thresholds using auditory steady state responses. Poster session at American Academy of Audiology, Denver, Colorado.